Brazil - Daterra Narual
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Specialty Coffee Beans from the Daterra farm in Brazil
The Daterra Collection is the finest of its kind. It is made from carefully selected beans that have undergone the strictest quality control, the Penta System. This system ensures, through mechanical selection, a high quality of the beans, which ultimately results in a cleaner and finer cup.
This coffee begins its journey when the harvest is at its peak and the coffee cherry is bursting with a sweet and almost liqueur-like fruit juice.
The roast profile for
Baterra is medium roast creating a rich but sweet character, making this variety perfect for both espresso and filter coffee. In this specific
Yellow Bourbon variety, you can notice the flavour notes of yellow plums, milk chocolate and roasted hazelnuts, flavours typical for Brazilian produce.
The freshness of the coffee beans is what gives your coffee the specific delicious flavour.
Baterra is a farm located in 1200 masl, making the harvest time late summer and the natural processing giving this variety its characteristic fruity flavour. Now you can try Daterra with Bean Bros from the latest harvest, and taste the magic of Brazilian coffee yourself.
Varietal: Yellow Bourbon
Growing Altitude: 1250 masl
Processing Method: Natural
Flavor Notes: Yellow Plums, Milk Chocolate, and Roasted hazelnuts.
Roast Profile: Light / Medium. A balanced flavor profile creates a rich and sweet character that goes well for filter or espresso brewing.
Roasting Schedule: Last batch roasted on the 10th of November
Thanks to the low altitudes and flat to gently sloping terrain, Brazil has ideal conditions for mass coffee production. It gives a possibility for mechanised coffee picking which streamlines the production process. Considering the large amounts of production, the price for Brazilian coffee is fair to the quality of the beans. That's why Brazilian coffee is one of the top choices among consumers around the world, supplying almost 60% of the world's coffee.
Brazilian coffee beans are characterized by low acidity and nutty flavours. Coffee from regions like Bahia or Minas Geras is slightly more heavy-bodied, with higher acidity, which makes them a great choice for espresso blends.
The higher acidic coffee blends tend to carry richer flavours, like plum or cherry, combined with characteristic nutty to chocolate flavours. The rich aroma and heavy-bodied to citrus flavours make Brazilian coffee so popular, perfect to make intense espresso blends as well as lighter variants, like filter coffee. Due to its diversity, Brazilian coffee can be paired with higher-acidity varieties from Central America or Ethiopia.
For V60 (small) recipe (by our team member Alvin)
- 18g of freshly ground coffee to 288g of water
- Coars grind size
- brew water to 92C
1. Rinse filter and preheat brewer and server, throw away rinse water
2. Bloom using 1:3 ratio or ~56g for 35s
3. 2nd final pour using controlled high flow rate circular pours keeping the brew bed high and brewer almost full until hitting weight 288g
4. Total brewing time is ~2:10-2:15
5. Adjust grind and water temp depending on coffee, roast and desired taste.
18g of freshly ground coffee
- Sine grind size
- Total brew time of 22-26 second
- Resulting in a ratio of 1:2,5 - 45gr out